Carnival Cruise Line has cancelled a range of US cruise departures following the announcement of the extension of the No Sail Order by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
MSC Cruises has extended its fleet-wide suspension of operations through July 31st, 2020, but has announced new itineraries for next year, as well as a phased return to service later this year.
Carnival Cruise Line has provided an update on how it will resume service once no sail orders from the CDC are lifted, with plans to operate just eight ships initially.
Disney Cruise Line has released renderings of its new cruise terminal planned for Port Canaveral, to mark the signing of an agreement between the line and Canaveral Port Authority.
Canaveral Port Authority and Carnival Cruise Line have broken ground for the construction of Port Canaveral’s new Cruise Terminal 3, which will be used by Mardi Gras, the new cruise ship for […]
Carnival Cruise Line’s new ship Mardi Gras will cruise in Europe, New England and the Caribbean when she is launched in mid-2020, according to itinerary information launched by Carnival.
Carnival Cruise Line made two exciting announcements this week, the first was that its new ship Carnival Mardi Gras would feature six themed zones, as well as a spate of other new […]
Disney Cruise Line and Port Canaveral have entered into an agreement to renovate the port’s Cruise Terminal 8 and Terminal 10 by 2021, according to statements made at a recent Canaveral Port […]
Disney Cruise Line has signed an agreement with Port Canaveral and the Port of Miami for the development of new cruise terminals for its three new cruise ships, expected to be delivered […]
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that it has reached an agreement in principle with the Canaveral Port Authority on a new state-of-the-art terminal able to accommodate its new 180,000-ton ship, the largest […]